By: Sara Prose, Esq.
Many couples are electing to enter into a prenuptial agreement before they are married. If you, and your significant other, intend to get married, but first move in together, you may want to enter into a prenuptial agreement before you move in together.
Although marital property does not begin to accrue until you are married, couples may wish to define their separate property before they live together. This will make the transition into marriage easier as the document is already drawn up and the various scenarios concerning how to maintain separate property are decided. If you would like to discuss whether a prenuptial agreement is right for you, please feel free to contact Mary Ellen Flynn (firstname.lastname@example.org).